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The proliferation of billboards in Comal County will be the subject of a meeting next week in Canyon Lake, hosted by the Comal County League of Women Voters...

AT&T U-verse subscribers can now watch the city’s TV channel in order to catch live City Council meetings from their living room...

New Braunfels Mayor Gale Pospisil has her final quarterly citizens forum this week at the New Braunfels Civic and Convention Center...

District 1 City Councilman George Green has announced that he will host his 3rd citizens forum later this month, on April 22nd, at the Tree of Life Church...

New Braunfels-based singer/songwriter and novelist Drew Kennedy will perform some of his original music this Thursday at the New Braunfels Public Library...

Stage 3 Water Restrictions in New Braunfels are coming back. NBU made that announcement late yesterday, saying the tighter water restrictions would begin April 14th...

A 20-foot construction trailer was completely destroyed yesterday after catching fire in the River Chase Subdivision, and the blaze could have been far more damaging if not for the quick response by local firefighters...

Smoke filled the inside of the Rudy’s BBQ restaurant on Loop 337 yesterday afternoon, prompting the evacuation of that building....

A Canyon Lake man that has already been convicted of shooting his girlfriend in the face was convicted once again this week, this time for firing a gun at the same woman just a few months before, while she was pregnant...

One person suffered minor injuries following a 2-car accident yesterday morning on Hwy 46 South in the Clear Springs area...

The planning phase continues for city officials getting ready to build Morningside Park using a million dollars in bond money approved by voters last year.

The cab of an 18-wheeler ended up in a ditch outside of a local hotel late last night. The incident happened just before 9pm along the I-35 access road at the entrance to the Rodeway Inn...

Local arts and heritage organizations are in the middle of finding out how much money they’ll get this year from Hotel Occupancy Taxes...

The New Braunfels Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT, is holding a training session for volunteers next weekend...

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